[alsa-devel] UCM questions
bossart.nospam at gmail.com
Fri Jan 21 16:12:51 CET 2011
Thanks Mark for your answers.
> The device/use case names there are just defaults, systems can add their
> own. The default set of use cases and devices are likely to handle
> most cases but there's going to be a dependence on the system
I am fine with a system-specific configuration file for each use case,
but if I have to change the defines in alsa-lib it's a bit of a pain.
It'll imply branches and specific packages just for a stupid include
>> I make a difference between a USB headset and USB speakers?
> You'd probably need to handle identifying the different classes USB
> devices in whatever owns the use case configuration for the system.
> I'm not sure that's been looked at in much detail, USB host support is
> fairly unusual in the embedded systems this targets.
I am thinking netbooks and tablets where USB is more likely to be
present. For handsets I am not sure.
>> - has anyone generated a typical configuration file for USB and
>> HDAudio? I only see an OMAP conf.
> Someone asked this at LPC as well - my thought there is that probably
> PC systems would be happier trying to work without explicit use case
> configuration as they are currently.
Humm, not sure people are totally happy with audio on Linux PC
systems... we still don't have a simple solution for
routing/configuration/policy, UCM could provide simple hooks for users
(or PulseAudio) to do what they do most, e.g for a voice call the
headset is used while for movies the HDMI output is used.
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